Vilma Santos

From Wikipilipinas: The Hip 'n Free Philippine Encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
{{#if: [[{{#if:11|{{#switch:{{#if:11|{{#switch:11|january|jan=1|february|feb=2|march|mar=3|apr|april=4|may=5|june|jun=6|july|jul=7|august|aug=8|september|sep=9|october|oct=10|november|nov=11|december|dec=12|{{#ifexpr:11<0|{{#ifexpr:((11)round 0)!=(11)|{{#expr:12-(((0.5-(11))round 0)mod 12)}}|{{#expr:12-(((11.5-(11))round 0)mod 12)}}}}|{{#expr:(((10.5+11)round 0)mod 12)+1}}}}}}|Missing required parameter 1=month!}}|1=January|2=February|3=March|4=April|5=May|6=June|7=July|8=August|9=September|10=October|11=November|12=December|Incorrect required parameter 1=month!}}|Missing required parameter 1=month!}} 03,]] 1953 (age {{#expr:(2014)-( 1953 )-((09)<( 11 )or(09)=( 11 )and(9)<( 03 ))}}) | }} {{#if: Bamban, Tarlac, Philippines | }} {{#if: | }} {{#if: | }} {{#if: | }} {{#if: | }} {{#if: | }} {{#if: | }} {{#if: | }} {{#if: Edu Manzano (1st husband; divorced)
Ralph Recto (1992-present) | }} {{#if: Luis Manzano
Ryan Christian Recto | }} {{#if: | }} {{#if: Roman Catholic | }} {{#if: | }} {{#if: | }} {{#if: Filipino | }} {{#if: | }} {{#if: | }} {{#if: | }} {{#if: | }}
silver|#ed8}}; color:#000;" class="fn summary" ;" text-align: center;" colspan="2" | Vilma Santos-Recto
250px
Vilma Santos 
Born [[{{#if:11|{{#switch:{{#if:11|{{#switch:11|january|jan=1|february|feb=2|march|mar=3|apr|april=4|may=5|june|jun=6|july|jul=7|august|aug=8|september|sep=9|october|oct=10|november|nov=11|december|dec=12|{{#ifexpr:11<0|{{#ifexpr:((11)round 0)!=(11)|{{#expr:12-(((0.5-(11))round 0)mod 12)}}|{{#expr:12-(((11.5-(11))round 0)mod 12)}}}}|{{#expr:(((10.5+11)round 0)mod 12)+1}}}}}}|Missing required parameter 1=month!}}|1=January|2=February|3=March|4=April|5=May|6=June|7=July|8=August|9=September|10=October|11=November|12=December|Incorrect required parameter 1=month!}}|Missing required parameter 1=month!}} 03,]] 1953 (age {{#expr:(2014)-( 1953 )-((09)<( 11 )or(09)=( 11 )and(9)<( 03 ))}})
Birth Place Bamban, Tarlac, Philippines
Birth Name {{{birth_name}}}
Died
Death Place
Home Town {{{home_town}}}
Residence
Ethnicity {{{ethnicity}}}
Awards {{{awards}}}
Spouse Edu Manzano (1st husband; divorced)
Ralph Recto (1992-present)
Children Luis Manzano
Ryan Christian Recto
Parents {{{parents}}}
Religion Roman Catholic
Education {{{education}}}
Alma Mater
Nationality Filipino
Nicknames {{{nicknames}}}
Occupation
Years Active {{{years_active}}}
Website {{{website}}}

Maria Rosa Vilma Tuazon Santos (born 3 November 1953, Bamban, Tarlac) commonly known as Vilma Santos-Recto or Ate Vi is the Philippines' most awarded actress and longest reigning box office queen. One of the original Philippine movie queens, she rose to become the most versatile actress of her generation and among her peers in the Philippine movie industry. She has been accorded the fitting title of "Star for All Seasons"; and most aptly so, as she alone among her contemporaries has demonstrated the unique ability to translucently essay in her roles the changing mores and values of the Filipino woman, giving face and life to their plight, their struggles, their inner conflicts, their successes and their failures. Vilma Santos' performance in her movies never fails to garner both critical and box-office acclaim. Her acting range is undeniably unequalled and has been immortalized in such Philippine cinema's classics as Trudis Liit (1963), Lipad, Darna, Lipad (1973), Burlesk Queen (1977), Relasyon (1982), Sister Stella L. (1984), Alyas Baby Tsina (1984), Pahiram ng Isang Umaga (1989), Dahil Mahal Kita: The Dolzura Cortez Story (1993), Anak (2000) and Dekada '70 (2002), Bata-Bata Paano Ka Ginawa, and recently, In My Life (2009). She is currently in politics as the governor of Batangas province, Philippines. She was also the former mayor of Lipa City, Batangas.

Contents

Acting career

{{#if: Star For All Seasons | {{#if: | }} {{#if: | }} {{#if: Edu Manzano
(divorced)
Ralph Recto
(married 1992-present) | }} {{#if: | }} {{#if: | }}
Vilma Santos
[[image:{{{image}}}|150px]]

Star For All Seasons

}}

Born {{{birth_date}}}
{{{birth_place}}}
Died {{{death_date}}}
{{{death_place}}}
Spouse Edu Manzano
(divorced)
Ralph Recto
(married 1992-present)
Parents {{{parents}}}
Other Name/s {{{othernames}}}


Santos started her acting career when one of his uncles, who was a cameraman at Sampaguita Pictures, convinced her to try out for the movies. Initially, Sampaguita Pictures had planned a child star role for her in Anak, Ang Iyong Ina (1969) opposite Lolita Rodriguez and Gloria Romero. When Vilma was in the studio, she noticed a long line of little girls. Thinking that that line was the line for her audition, she decided to queue in. The long line turned out to be for an audition for Sampaguita Pictures' next offering Trudis Liit (Little Trudis). When it was her turn to audition, she was asked by the panel to sing, dance and cry on cue. She passed the audition with flying colors and got the part of "Trudis Liit". She acted with Connie Angeles and Bella Flores. During the next year's FAMAS Awards for the films of 1963, Vilma Santos, the accidental "Trudis Liit," became the first recipient of the Best Child Performer award from the Filipino Academy of Movie Arts and Sciences.

Vilma's FAMAS win boosted her chances for stardom, and as her talent was apparent, she was cast in dramatic films as daughter to various Sampaguita stars such as Gloria Romero, Rita Gomez, Lolita Rodriguez, Marlene Dauden, Luis Gonzales, among others in such box-office hits as Sa Bawat Pintig ng Puso (1964), Maria Cecilia (1965), Kasalanan Kaya? (1968). Vilma Santos played the role of Imee Marcos in the film, Iginuhit ng Tadhana (1965) and later in its sequel Pinagbuklod ng Langit (1969). During this time, Vilma started to build her fanbase and popularity, as she went on provincial tours for the promotion and publicity of her movies. Since then, Vilma Santos has established a solid and unrivaled fanbase all over the country. As a result, she has become the undisputed longest-reigning movie SUPERstar, in the truest meaning of the word, in the history of the Philippine movie industry--transcending generations, breaking socio-economic barriers, and reaching across and all political and religious persuasions. Vilma Santos' accomplishments as an artist are incomparable. She is a class act--a league all her own. No one among her contemporaries can parallel Vilma's achievements in her career as an actress, politician, wife, mother, sister, and daughter; and she has done so with integrity, humility and faith in God. Vilma Santos-Recto, the artist, the politician, the Filipino woman, is never the one to disappoint. Albeit, she continues to amaze and inspire.

Political career

In 1998, she entered politics and ran for mayor of Lipa City, Batangas where she won by landslide victories in three consecutive elections. As the first woman mayor of Lipa City, she helped bring not just economic progress and infrastructure development to Lipa City, but more notably her various programs on public health, education and environment, which again earned various local and international awards and recognitions.

In 2005, the University of the Philippines conferred to her the Gawad Plaridel Award for her achievements and contributions both as an actress and a public servant. In the same year she was conferred an honorary doctorate degree (honoris causa) in humanities by the Lipa City College. She was again honored in 2006 by the University of the Philippines as one of the four awardees in UP's First Diwata Awards.

Governor-elect

Santos-Recto was proclaimed as the Governor-elect of the province of Batangas on May 21, 2007 after garnering 475,740 votes against Sanchez's 344,969 for a winning margin of more than 130,000. She is the first female governor of the province of Batangas.

From Lakas to Liberal

On November 16, 2009, along with her husband Ralph Recto, she moved from Lakas-Kampi-CMD to Liberal Party. She is seeking re-election for governor of Batangas while Ralph will be one of the senatorial candidates of the party.

Family

Governor Vilma Santos is married to Senator Ralph Recto, who belongs to a well-known political clan in the Philippines. Together they have a son, Ryan Christian. She is also mother to actor/model/television host Luis Manzano by her prior marriage to actor Edu Manzano.

Filmography

Movies

Year Title Role
2010 Aquino Family<ref name="SCUR">Star Cinema Upcoming Films for 2010</ref> Corazon Aquino
2009 In My Life Shirley Enriquez Templo
2004 Mano Po 3 : My Love Lilia Chiong-Yang
2002 Dekada ‘70 Amanda Bartolome
2000 Anak Josie
1998 Bata, Bata...Paano Ka Ginawa? Lea Bustamante
Ang Erpat Kong Astig
1997 Hanggang Ngayon Ika’y Minamahal
1996 Ikaw Ang Mahal Ko Miling/Mildred
1994 Relaks Ka Lang, Sagot Kita
Nag-iisang Bituin
Lipa: Arandia Massacre Helen Arandia
1993 Ikaw Lang Celina
Dahil Mahal Kita: The Dolzura Cortez Story Dolzura Cortez
1992 Sinungaling Mong Puso Clara Ong-Chiong
Engkanto Inang Kalikasan
1991 Ipagpatawad Mo Celina
1990 Hahamakin Lahat Rosenda Castro
Kapag Langit Ang Humatol Floridablanca
1989 Pahiram Ng Isang Umaga Juliet Espiritu
Imortal
1987 Saan Nagtatago Ang Pag-ibig? Stela
Tagos Ng Dugo Josefina "Pina" Ramos - Regala
Ibigay Mo Sa Akin Ang Bukas
1986 Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow Corina
Palimos ng Pag-ibig Fina
Asawa Ko, Huwag Mong Agawin Cathy Santillan
1985 Muling Buksan Ang Puso Belen
Doctor, Doctor, We Are Sick
1984 Adultery Aida Macaraeg
Sister Stella L. Stella Legaspi
Alyas Baby Tsina Elena Duavit
1983 Ayaw Kong Maging Kerida
Paano Ba Ang Mangarap? Lissa
Broken Marriage Ellen
Minsan Pa Nating Hagkan Ang Nakaraan Helen
1982 Relasyon Maria Lourdes "Marilou" Castaneda
Sinasamba Kita Divina Ferrer
T-Bird At Ako Isabel
Never Ever Say Goodbye
Gaano Kadalas ang Minsan? Lily Medrano
Haplos Cristy
1981 Ex-Wife
Pakawalan Mo Ako Anna
Hiwalay
Karma
1980 Good Morning Sunshine
Darna At Ding Darna/Narda
Miss X
Yakapin mo ako, Lalaking Matapang
Ang Galing galing mo, Mrs. Jones Mrs. Jones
Gusto Kita, Mahal Ko Siya
Romansa
Langis at Tubig Cory Hidalgo
1979 Coed
Pinay, American Style
Magkaribal
Rock Baby Rock
Halik Sa Kamay, Halik Sa Paa
Swing It, Baby
Buhay Artista Ngayon
Modelong Tanso
1978 Pinagbuklod Ng Pag-ibig
Bakit Kailangan Kita?
Simula Ng Walang Katapusan
Amorseko: Kumakabit, Kumakapit
Nakawin Natin Ang Bawat Sandali
Pagputi Ng Uwak, Pag-itim Ng Tagak
Campus
Promo Girl
Disco Fever
Pag-ibig Ko Sa Iyo Lang Ibibigay
Ikaw Ay Akin Sandra Aragon
Rubia Servios Rubia Servios
1977 Pulot-Gata Pwede Kaya?
Susan Kelly, Edad 20 Susan Kelly
Dalawang Pugad, Isang Ibon
Masarap, Masakit Ang Umibig
Burlesk Queen Chato/Czarina
1976 Hindi Nakakahiya
Mga Reynang Walang Trono
Big Ike’s Happening
Let’s Do The Salsa
Mapagbigay Ang Mister Ko
Bertang Kerengkeng
Bato Sa Buhangin
Mga Rosas Sa Putikan
Nag-aapoy Na Damdamin
Makahiya At Talahib
1975 Basta’t Isipin Mong Mahal Kita
Nakakahiya?
Ibong Lukaret
Dugo At Pag-ibig Sa Kapirasong Lupa
Teribol Dobol
Vilma Veinte-Nueve
Karugtong Ng Kahapon
Tag-Ulan Sa Tag-Araw
Darna Vs. The Planetwoman Darna/Narda
1974 Vilma & The Beep Beep Minica
Phantom Lady
Kampanerang Kuba
Biktima
Vivian Volta
Twin Fists For Justice
Tok Tok Palatok
Mga Tigre Ng Sierra Cruz
Batya’t Palu-Palo
Kamay Na Gumagapang
King Khayam And I
Happy Days Are Here Again
1973 Now And Forever
Anak Ng Aswang
Tsismosang Tindera
Cariñosa
Maria Cinderella
Wonder Vi
Lipad Darna Lipad
Dyesebel At Ang Mahiwagang Kabibe
Darna And The Giants
Ophelia At Paris
1972 Aloha My Love
Don’t Ever Say Goodbye
Dulce Corazon
Inspiration
Remembrance
Little Darling
Ang Kundoktora
Sweet Sweet Love
Takbo Vilma Dali
Dama De Noche
Dalagang Nayon
Hatinggabi Na Vilma
Tatlong Mukha Ni Rosa Vilma
Leron Leron Sinta
1971 Love At First Sight
The Sensations
Angelica
Wonderful World Of Music
Young Lovers
Ikaw Lamang
Our Love Affair
Teenage Señorita
Eternally
1970 Young Love
Mardy
Songs And Lovers
I Do Love You
My Pledge Of Love
From The Bottom Of My Heart
Bulaklak At Paru-Paro
Mother Song
The Young Idols
Sixteen
Because You’re Mine
Love Letters
Ding Dong
Sweethearts
Mga Batang Bangketa
I Love You Honey
Edgar Loves Vilma
Sapagka’t Sila’y Aming Mga Anak
Vilma, My Darling
Nobody’s Child
May Hangganan Ang Pag-ibig
Baby Vi
Renee Rose
1969 Pinagbuklod Ng Langit
Pag-ibig, Masdan Ang Ginawa Mo
My Darling Eddie
The Jukebox King
1968 De Colores
Kasalanan Kaya?
Eagle Commandos
Sino Ang May Karapatan?
1967 Ito Ang Pilipino
Ito Ang Pilipino
1966 Hindi Nahahati Ang Langit
Hampaslupang Maton
Ito Ang Dahilan
Batang Iwahig
1965 Morena Martir
Sa Baril Magtuos
Maria Cecilia
Iginuhit Ng Tadhana
Kay Tagal Ng Umaga
1964 Ging
Naligaw Na Anghel
Sa Bawat Pintig Ng Puso
Larawan Ng Pag-ibig
1963 Trudis Liit
Anak, ka ng ina mo
Duelo Sa Sapang Bato
King And Queen For A Day
Aninong Bakal

Television

Year Title Notes
2009 Vilma: A Woman For All Seasons (Documentary Special) Host (ABS-CBN)
2007 Alay ni Da King: A Fernando Poe, Jr. Special Host, FPJ The Artist (Cinema One - ABS-CBN)
2006 Maalaala Mo Kaya: Regalo mother of April (ABS-CBN)
2001 GMA Telesine Specials: Bugso GMA Network
1999 Once There Was A Love GMA Network
1997 Kamandag sa Puso GMA Network
1997 Lamat sa Kristal GMA Network
1997 Katuparan GMA Network
1996 Muling Buksan Ang Puso GMA Network
August 7 1986-September 29 1995 Vilma! GMA Network
1980's VIP (Vilma in Person) (Weekly Musical variety show) BBC-2
1972 Ang Buhay Ngayon Lifestyle show (ABS-CBN)
1971 Dulambuhay ni Rosa Vilma Weekly Drama show (ABS-CBN)
1971 The Sensations Weekly Musical variety show (ABS-CBN)
1970 Ayan Eh! (Weekly Musical variety show) Solar TV-9

Awards in Television

  • 1972 - Most Effective TV Actress - EMEE Award
  • 1987 - Best Musical Variety Show Host - Star Awards for TV
  • 1988 - Best Musical Variety Show Host - Star Awards for TV

*1998 - Ading Fernando Lifetime Achievement Award - Star Awards for TV

  • 2006 - Best Actress in a Single TV Persformance for Maala-ala Mo Kaya: 'Regalo' episode - Star Awards for TV

Awards in Film

  • 1963 - FAMAS - Best Child Actress for Trudis Liit
  • 1968 - San Beda College Awards - Best Supporting Actress for Kasalanan Kaya?
  • 1972 - FAMAS - Best actress for Dama de Noche
  • 1975 - Bacolod City Film Festival Best Actress for Nakakahiya?
  • 1977 - Metro Manila Film Festival Best Actress for Burlesk Queen
  • 1978 - Gawad Urian Best Picture for Pagputi ng Uwak, Pag-itim ng Tagak (as Producer)
  • 1978 - FAMAS Best Picture for Pagputi ng Uwak, Pag-itim ng Tagak (as Producer)
  • 1981 - Metro Manila Film Festival Best Actress for Karma
  • 1981 - Cebu City Film Festival Best Actress for Karma
  • 1981 - FAMAS Best Actress for Pakawalan Mo Ako

*1982 - First Grand Slam for Relasyon

  • 1982 - FAMAS Best Actress for Relasyon
  • 1982 - Gawad URIAN Best Actress for Relasyon
  • 1982 - Film Academy of the Phils. Best Actress for Relasyon
  • 1982 - Catholic Mass Media Awards for Relasyon
  • 1982 - Let’s Talk Movies Awards for Relasyon
  • 1983 - Gawad URIAN Best Actress for Broken Marriage
  • 1984 - Gawad URIAN Best Actress for Sister Stella L.
  • 1987 - FAMAS Best Actress for Tagos ng Dugo
  • 1987 - Catholic Mass Media Awards Best Actress for Tagos ng Dugo
  • 1987 - Movie Magazine Awards Best Actress for Tagos ng Dugo
  • 1987 - Cinemascoop Awards Best Actress for Tagos ng Dugo
  • 1988 - FAMAS Best Actress for Ibulong Mo sa Diyos
  • 1989 - Star Awards Best Actress for Pahiram ng Isang Umaga
  • 1989 - Gawad URIAN Best Actress for Pahiram ng Isang Umaga
  • 1989 - Movie Magazine Awards Best Actress for Pahiram ng Isang Umaga
  • 1989 - Metro Manila Film Festival Best Actress for Imortal
  • 1989 - Channel 2 Viewers Choice Award Best Actress for Imortal

*1989 - FAMAS Hall of Fame

*1990 - Gawad URIAN AKTRES NG DEKADA '80 (Actress of the Decade '80)

  • 1991 - Gawad URIAN Best Actress for Ipagpatawad Mo
  • 1991 - Movie Magazine Awards for Ipagpatawad Mo
  • 1991 - Intrigue Magazine Reader’s Choice Award Best Actress for Ipagpatawad Mo
  • 1992 - New Fame Magazine Reader’s Choice Award Best Actress for Sinungaling Mong Puso

*1992 - FAMAS Circle of Excellence Award in Acting for Sinungaling Mong Puso

*1993 - Second Grand Slam for Dolzura Cortez Story

  • 1993 - Manila Film FestivalBest Actress for Dolzura Cortez Story
  • 1993 - Gawad URIAN Best Actress for Dolzura Cortez Story
  • 1993 - Film Academy of the Phils. Best Actress for Dolzura Cortez Story
  • 1993 - Star Awards Best Actress for Dolzura Cortez Story
  • 1993 - Movie Magazine Awards Best Actress for Dolzura Cortez Story
  • 1993 - Intrigue Magazine Reader’s Choice Award Best Actress for Dolzura Cortez Story
  • 1993 - New Fame Magazine Reader’s Choice Award Best Actress for Dolzura Cortez Story

*1993 - FAMAS Circle of Excellence in Acting for Dolzura Cortez Story

*1997 - FAP Lifetime Achievement Award

*1998 - Third Grand Slam for Bata, Bata...Paano ka Ginawa?

  • 1998 - Film Desk of the Young Critics Circle Best Actress for Bata, Bata...Paano ka Ginawa?
  • 1998 - Gawad URIAN Best Actress for Bata, Bata...Paano ka Ginawa?
  • 1998 - Star Awards Best Actress for Bata, Bata...Paano ka Ginawa?
  • 1998 - Film Academy of the Phils. Best Actress for Bata, Bata...Paano ka Ginawa?
  • 1998 - Gawad Sineng-Sine PASADO Awards (Pampelikulang Samahan ng mga Dalubguro) Best Actress for Bata, Bata...Paano ka Ginawa?
  • 1998 - Siasi, Jolo Critics Awards Best Actress for Bata, Bata...Paano ka Ginawa?

*1998 - FAMAS Lifetime Achievement Award

  • 1999 - Brussels International Film Festival Best Actress for Bata, Bata...Paano ka Ginawa?

*1999 - Star Special Citation for winning at the Brussels Int'l Film Festival

*1999 Natatanging Artista ng Taon

  • 2000 - Star Awards Best Actress for Anak
  • 2000 - Gawad Sineng-Sine PASADO Awards (Pampelikulang Samahan ng mga Dalubguro) Best Actress for Anak

*2000 - Gawad URIAN AKTRESS ng DEKADA '90(Actress of Decade '90)

*2000 - Cinemanila Lifetime Achievement Award

*2002 - Fourth Grand Slam for Dekada '70

  • 2002 - Film Desk of the Young Critics Circle Best Performer for Dekada ‘70
  • 2002 - Gawad Sineng-Sine PASADO Awards Best Actress for Dekada ‘70
  • 2002 - Star Awards Best Actress for Dekada ‘70
  • 2002 - Film Academy of the Phils. Best Actress for Dekada ‘70
  • 2002 - Gawad URIAN Best Actress for Dekada ‘70
  • 2002 - Gawad TANGLAW Best Actress for Dekada ‘70
  • 2002 - Cinema One’s RAVE Awards Critic’s Choice - Best Performer for Dekada ‘70
  • 2002 - Cinema One’s RAVE Awards People’s Choice - Best Performer for Dekada ‘70
  • 2002 - CineManila International Film Festival Best Actress for Dekada ‘70

*2002 - Cinemanila Lifetime Achievement Award

*2003 - S Magazine's Actress of The Year

  • 2004 - Metro Manila Film Festival Best Actress for Mano Po 3
  • 2004 - Gawad Suri Awards Best Actress for Mano Po 3
  • 2004 - Gawad TANGLAW Best Actress for Mano Po 3
  • 2004 - Star Awards Best Actress for Mano Po 3

*2004 - PMPC Star Dekada Award in Acting

*2004 - Natatanging Gawad Tanglaw

*2005 - FEMINIST CENTENNIAL FILMFEST- Outstanding Achievement in Film Acting

*2005 - Gawad Plaridel for Outstanding Achievement in Film Acting

*2005 - GMMF All-Time Favorite Actress

*2005 - Gawad Suri Award for Exemplary Film Practitioner

*2006 - First Pioneer Filipino Animation Awards - for Darna, given by the United Animation Inc. and United Staffing Registry Inc.

*2006 - University of the Philippines Diwata Awards

  • 2009 - Gawad Tanglaw Best Actress for In My Life
  • 2009 - Gawad Suri Best Actress for In My Life
  • 2009 - Star Awards Best Actress for In My Life
  • 2009 - MTRCB Film Awards Best Actress for In My Life
  • 2009 - GMMSF Film Actress of the Year for In My Life
  • 2009 - Gawad Genio Awards Best Actress for In My Life
{{#if:aw Awards and achievements titles}}{{#switch:aw Awards and achievements}} rec=Records aw=Awards ach=Achievements awards=Awards records=Records achievements=Achievements

}}

Preceded by
Vilma Santos
for Tagos ng Dugo
{{#if:|
as {{{as}}}}}
FAMAS Award for Best Actress{{#if:|
Representative for {{{district}}}|}}{{#if:1989
for Ibulong Mo Sa Diyos|
1989
for Ibulong Mo Sa Diyos|}}{{#if:|
with {{{regent1}}}|}} {{#if:| ({{{years1}}})|}}{{#if:|
{{{regent2}}}|}} {{#if:| ({{{years2}}})|}}{{#if:|
{{{regent3}}}|}} {{#if:| ({{{years3}}})|}}{{#if:|
Served alongside: {{{alongside}}}|}}{{#if:|
Member of the House of Lords
({{{lords}}})
|}}
Succeeded by
Nora Aunor
for Bilangin ang Bituin sa Langit
{{#if:|
as {{{as}}}}}
Preceded by
Dina Bonnevie
for Magdusa Ka
{{#if:|
as {{{as}}}}}
FAMAS Award for Best Actress{{#if:|
Representative for {{{district}}}|}}{{#if:1988
for Tagos ng Dugo|
1988
for Tagos ng Dugo|}}{{#if:|
with {{{regent1}}}|}} {{#if:| ({{{years1}}})|}}{{#if:|
{{{regent2}}}|}} {{#if:| ({{{years2}}})|}}{{#if:|
{{{regent3}}}|}} {{#if:| ({{{years3}}})|}}{{#if:|
Served alongside: {{{alongside}}}|}}{{#if:|
Member of the House of Lords
({{{lords}}})
|}}
Succeeded by
Vilma Santos
for Ibulong Mo Sa Diyos
{{#if:|
as {{{as}}}}}
Preceded by
Vilma Santos
for Pakawalan Mo Ako
{{#if:|
as {{{as}}}}}
FAMAS Award for Best Actress{{#if:|
Representative for {{{district}}}|}}{{#if:1983
for Relasyon|
1983
for Relasyon|}}{{#if:|
with {{{regent1}}}|}} {{#if:| ({{{years1}}})|}}{{#if:|
{{{regent2}}}|}} {{#if:| ({{{years2}}})|}}{{#if:|
{{{regent3}}}|}} {{#if:| ({{{years3}}})|}}{{#if:|
Served alongside: {{{alongside}}}|}}{{#if:|
Member of the House of Lords
({{{lords}}})
|}}
Succeeded by
Charito Solis
for Don't Cry for Me, Papa
{{#if:|
as {{{as}}}}}
Preceded by
Amy Austria
for Brutal
{{#if:|
as {{{as}}}}}
FAMAS Award for Best Actress{{#if:|
Representative for {{{district}}}|}}{{#if:1982
for Pakawalan Mo Ako|
1982
for Pakawalan Mo Ako|}}{{#if:|
with {{{regent1}}}|}} {{#if:| ({{{years1}}})|}}{{#if:|
{{{regent2}}}|}} {{#if:| ({{{years2}}})|}}{{#if:|
{{{regent3}}}|}} {{#if:| ({{{years3}}})|}}{{#if:|
Served alongside: {{{alongside}}}|}}{{#if:|
Member of the House of Lords
({{{lords}}})
|}}
Succeeded by
Vilma Santos
for Relasyon
{{#if:|
as {{{as}}}}}
Preceded by
Celia Rodriguez
for Lilet
{{#if:|
as {{{as}}}}}
FAMAS Award for Best Actress{{#if:|
Representative for {{{district}}}|}}{{#if:1973
for Dama de Noche

(tied with Boots Anson Roa for Tatay na si Erap) |
1973
for Dama de Noche (tied with Boots Anson Roa for Tatay na si Erap) |}}{{#if:|
with {{{regent1}}}|}} {{#if:| ({{{years1}}})|}}{{#if:|
{{{regent2}}}|}} {{#if:| ({{{years2}}})|}}{{#if:|
{{{regent3}}}|}} {{#if:| ({{{years3}}})|}}{{#if:|
Served alongside:
{{{alongside}}}|}}{{#if:|
Member of the House of Lords
({{{lords}}})
|}}

Succeeded by
Gloria Sevilla
for Gimingaw Ako
{{#if:|
as {{{as}}}}}

Awards in Box Office

  • 1970 Most Popular Movie, TV and Radio Love Team
  • 1971 Miss Philippine Movies
  • 1972 Reyna ng Pelikulang Pilipino
  • 1973 Queen of Phil. Movies

*1974 Box-Office Queen of Phil. Movies

  • 1974 Queen of Movie Stars
  • 1974 Miss R. P. Movies
  • 1975 Miss R. P. Movies
  • 1975 Queen of Southern Luzon Movies

*1978 Phil. Movies Box-Office Queen

*1978 Box-Office Champion

*1979 Box-Office Champion

*1979 Box-Office Queen of Phil. Movies

*1980 Box-Office Queen of Phil. Movies

  • 1980 Miss Philippine Movies
  • 1981 Miss Phil. Movies - USA;

*1981 Box-Office Queen of Phil. Movies

*1982 Box-Office Queen of Phil. Movies

*1982 Cinehan Awards’ Box-Office Queen

  • 1982 Top Female Star - Takilya Award
  • 1983 RP Movies’ Queen of Queens;
  • 1983 Her Highness Queen of Phil. Movies

*1984 Box-Office Queen of Phil. Movies

*1986 Hall of Fame Box-Office Queen

  • 1988 Queen of Philippine Movies

*1996 Longest Reigning Box-Office Queen awarded by the City of Manila

*2000 Box-Office Lifetime Achievement Award

*2001 Box-Office Queen of Phil. Movies

*2006 Gawad Suri Gintong Alamat ng Sining (Longest Box Office Reign)

Discography

Singles

  • 1969 - Sixteen
  • 1969 - Wonderful to be in Love
  • 1969 - I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Clause
  • 1970 - Something Stupid
  • 1970 - Bring Back Your Love
  • 1970 - I Wonder Why
  • 1971 - Abadaba Honeymoon
  • 1971 - Bobby, Bobby, Bobby
  • 1971 - Dry Your Eyes
  • 1971 - Love, Love
  • 1971 - Mandolin in the Moonlight
  • 1971 - Sealed with a Kiss
  • 1971 - Tweedle Tweddle Dee
  • 1971 - Wonderful World of Music
  • 1971 - You Made Me Love You
  • 1972 - Rikitik
  • 1973 - Palung-Palo
  • 1974 - Tok Tok Palatok

Albums

  • 2000 - Anak Soundtrack
  • 2005 - Vilma CD - collection of 23 songs

Awards in Recording

  • 1970 Sixteen given by Willears Records
  • 1974 Palong-Palo given by Vicor Records

Awards in Socio-Civic/Public Service

Under her administration, Lipa has gathered a respectable number of awards and citations acknowledging its achievements in education, health, and peace and order management, among other things. Santos-Recto, herself, has been recognized by four different award-giving bodies as an outstanding mayor, twice in 2000, once in 2002 and another one in 2006. Some of her awards for social/public service includes as follows:

  • 1975 Most Outstanding Nueva Ecijana
  • 2000 Best Over-All Local Council Performance given by the Boy Scout of the Philippines
  • 2000 Outstanding mayor in Region IV given by the Asosasyon ng Komentarista at Anaunser sa Pilipinas
  • 2000 Outstanding City Mayor given by the Civil Service Commission
  • 2001 Regional Sandugo Outstanding Local Executive Award given by the Dept. of Health
  • 2002 Presidential Award as the Cleanest & Greenest Local Government Unit in Region IV
  • 2002 Ten Outstanding Young Achievers
  • 2005 Gawad Suri Award for Exemplary Public Servant
  • 2005 Presented the Honorary Key to Jersey City, New Jersey, USA
  • 2005 IAPD (International Association of Pediatric Dentistry) Bright Smiles Bright Futures Award, at the Sydney Convention Center in Sydney, Australia. The Philippines' Dental Health Program "Mga Munting Ngiti" in Lipa bested all finalists from Scotland, Australia, Rumania, China and Mexico.
  • 2005 Conferred as Honorary Member of the UP College of Public Health Alumni Society and Keynote Speaker to their 26th Annual Convention in Manila.
  • 2005 Huwarang Pilipino Award conferred by the 2005 Parangal sa Pamilyang Pilipino Organization Inc and by the Office of the President (May 21, 2005 at Ateneo de Manila University)
  • 2005 Regional Sandugo Outstanding Mayor Hall of Fame
  • 2005 Doctor of Humanities, Honoris Causa by Lipa City Public College
  • 2006 Unlad Pilipinas Award (for 'Mga Munting Ngiti')
  • 2006 Topped survey among students as 'Positive Youth Role Model'
  • 2006 Outstanding City Mayor Award from the Dept. of Social Welfare & Devt.
  • 2006 Gawad Munting Ngiti Awardee & Keynote Speaker to the 7th Annual Conference of the National Association of Dental Trade Inc. at PhilTrade, Roxas Blvd, Pasay City Oct. 8, 2006.
  • 2007 People of the Year by the People Asia Magazine

References and external links

Preceded by
Ruben L. Umali{{#if:|
as {{{as}}}}}
Mayor of the City of Lipa{{#if:|
Representative for {{{district}}}|}}{{#if:1998 – 2007|
1998 – 2007|}}{{#if:|
with {{{regent1}}}|}} {{#if:| ({{{years1}}})|}}{{#if:|
{{{regent2}}}|}} {{#if:| ({{{years2}}})|}}{{#if:|
{{{regent3}}}|}} {{#if:| ({{{years3}}})|}}{{#if:|
Served alongside: {{{alongside}}}|}}{{#if:|
Member of the House of Lords
({{{lords}}})
|}}
Succeeded by
Oscar L. Gozos{{#if:|
as {{{as}}}}}
Preceded by
Armando C. Sanchez{{#if:|
as {{{as}}}}}
Governor of the Province of Batangas{{#if:|
Representative for {{{district}}}|}}{{#if:2007|
2007|}}{{#if:|
with {{{regent1}}}|}} {{#if:| ({{{years1}}})|}}{{#if:|
{{{regent2}}}|}} {{#if:| ({{{years2}}})|}}{{#if:|
{{{regent3}}}|}} {{#if:| ({{{years3}}})|}}{{#if:|
Served alongside: {{{alongside}}}|}}{{#if:|
Member of the House of Lords
({{{lords}}})
|}}– present
Incumbent{{#if:|
{{#if:|{{{heir-type}}}|Designated heir}}:
{{{heir}}}
}}

References

<references />

See also

Template:MMFF

Original Source

Smallwikipedialogo.png This page was adapted from the English Wikipedia. The original article was at Vilma Santos. The list of authors can be seen in the page history. As with Wikipedia, WikiPilipinas also allows reuse of content made available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike. See full WikiMedia Terms of Use.